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Crocodile vs Alligator. Note the difference in jaw shape (alligator is a U shape, crocodile more of a V), the back of the necks, and that the crocodile's bottom teeth are visible when its mouth is closed. Don't trust labels on pictures. I see lots of alligators and crocodiles mislabeled even on respectable/scientific sites. Everyone makes mistakes...including me.

Crocodile vs Alligator. Note the difference in jaw shape (alligator is a U shape, crocodile more of a V), the back of the necks, and that the crocodile's bottom teeth are visible when its mouth is closed. Don't trust labels on pictures. I see lots of alligators and crocodiles mislabeled even on respectable/scientific sites. Everyone makes mistakes...including me.

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Alligator; In CoCoNut Creek Community Center's Man-Made Lake InBetween WindMill's Park-CoCoNut Creek,Florida.

Road Trip Florida, September 17 2011. After a long trip from St. Petersburg to Homestead, it was time to visit the Everglades National Park. On my birthday! And what a nice birthday! We loved the Everglades, we saw some nice spots where we went for some alligator spotting (weren't many around, but still nice). After the National Park, we went to a more touristy destination: an alligator farm. We had so much fun. We saw some nice shows, got to hold a snake and a baby alligator. And ofcourse I…

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Meet The World’s First Piebald Alligator And An Extremely Rare Leucistic Alligator In Florida

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Reptiles x3  From top to bottom, we have the American crocodile, spectacled caiman and American alligator.  Take a look at the link for some of the major differences.   FWC photo by Kevin Enge | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Three is company! Can you spot the differences before looking at the answer? SPOILER ALERT (answer): From top to bottom, we have the American crocodile, spectacled caiman and American alligator. FWC photo by Kevin Enge

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